Facebook Popup Like Box Widget For Blogger

Facebook has become the leading social media service on the Internet playing host to over 1.3 billion users; of those, 800 million login to their dashboard feeds…

How To Host Blogger CSS and JavaScript Files in Google Drive

Anyone that has ever worked on a web design or development can tell you that where you decide to store your files is important. Every time someone…

Building a List/Grid View Switcher in Blogger with Auto Read More

A list of posts in grid or list view provides a more defined canvas with which a blogger or website owner can use as a guide in…

How to Use Character Entities in CSS, HTML and JavaScript

Sometimes, when using scripts, we must write special characters like accents by using a special set of codes called character entities. However, these don’t always look good…

Display Blogger Posts in Grid View with Thumbnails

Grid View with Thumbnails is a script for self-hosted Blogger blogs which will display blog posts as a thumbnail grid of images in homepage and archive pages….

Customizable Related Posts Widget for Blogger

We already posted a few tutorials on how to add related posts widget with thumbnails in Blogger with summaries or only titles, which can be compiled into…

How to Increase Thumbnail Resolution on Blogger

When we add a widget on Blogger, the thumbnails will maintain a default size of 72 x 72px which might not look good if we try to…

How to Use Cookies in Javascript

Each time we visit a website, cookies can be stored to ‘remember’ things that we do while browsing a page. This may happen, for example, when we…

Stop Blogger from Redirecting Blogspot to Country Specific URLs

Let’s say you’re from France and have set up – just for examples sake – a blog called frenchlitgeek.blogspot.com where you share your thoughts and insights on…

Add Masonry, Grid Layouts to Blogger Posts with CSS and Javascript

How a website’s content is displayed can spell the difference between being popular and obscure. Anything that looks chaotic or hardly readable is never going to be…